Re: Asynchronous construction of page

2009-11-28 Thread Kaspar Fischer
Because the requests will be sequential (a problem in general but not so much in my case) and because I have an auto-completion field on the same page. As I understand it, having some AjaxLazyLoadPanel's active on my page, the auto-completion requests will be queued. So if the loading of the

Re: Asynchronous construction of page

2009-11-28 Thread Johan Compagner
load that data in separate threads, dont touch any wicket components in those threads make a component like ajaxlazyload that polls for that data if still not there use a timer of a few seconds to test it again On 28/11/2009, Kaspar Fischer kaspar.fisc...@dreizak.com wrote: Because the requests

Re: Asynchronous construction of page

2009-11-28 Thread Kaspar Fischer
That's what I ended up doing (basically like http://blog.miau.biz/2008/12/wicket-and-slow-running-process-in.html). I just wanted to explain to Pieter why ... On 28.11.2009, at 11:27, Johan Compagner wrote: load that data in separate threads, dont touch any wicket components in those threads

Re: London Wicket Event at Foyles Bookshop, November 21st, 2009

2009-11-28 Thread Daan van Etten
The London Wicket Event was great! Here you can find pictures and summaries of all presentations: http://stuq.nl/weblog/2009-11-27/london-wicket-meetup-wicket-1-5-wiquery-brix-and-more Overview: • Cemal Bayramoglu: Introduction • Jeremy Thomerson (USA): Custom JavaScript Integrations

Re: WicketSessionFilter and several domains

2009-11-28 Thread bgooren
Well, even if it's regional the question remains why your site is available over two domainnames. You can solve your problem by running the site on one of the domains and issuing a 301 redirect from the other domainname to the main domain. Or did I misunderstand, and are you running the site from

Re: How to render panel markup to string - solved

2009-11-28 Thread Martin Makundi
Hi! Here is a way to render panel markup to string. It is a bit of a tweak, I admit, but what can you do. 1. Assume you have components on your page, ready to be rendered. 2. In onBeforeRender, quickly switch one of your existing components to another that you want to render into a string 3.

Re: How to render panel markup to string - solved

2009-11-28 Thread Jonathan Locke
don't know what you're doing exactly or if i ever tested this one, but this might be of interest: http://code.google.com/p/twenty-six-wicket-tricks/source/browse/trunk/twenty-six-wicket-tricks/src/main/java/com/locke/library/web/panels/caching/CachingPanel.java jon MartinM wrote: Hi!

wicket:head header contribution via panel in a ModalWindow

2009-11-28 Thread Ed _
I am trying to add some javascript via a panel that gets opened in a Modal Window. The same panel on a web page adds the js to the head section of the page. But does not when opened in a Modal Window. is there a way to do this? thx, Ed

Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread Jérôme Verstrynge
Hi, I am new to Wicket and I am reading the Wicket in Action book. My question: how is the communication layer secured? How can one encrypt the communication between the server and the user? Thanks, Jérôme - To

Re: Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread Igor Vaynberg
ssl -igor On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 10:15 AM, Jérôme Verstrynge jvers...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I am new to Wicket and I am reading the Wicket in Action book. My question: how is the communication layer secured? How can one encrypt the communication between the server and the user? Thanks,

Re: Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread UseTheFork
Ok, but HOW is this integrated with Wicket? What needs to be done? How does it work with Wicket? How is this integrated? Thanks !!! JVerstry igor.vaynberg wrote: ssl -igor -- View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/Communication-Layer-Security-tp2674p26555607.html

Re: Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread Igor Vaynberg
this has nothing to do with wicket, it has to do with your servlet container -igor On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 10:21 AM, UseTheFork jvers...@gmail.com wrote: Ok, but HOW is this integrated with Wicket? What needs to be done? How does it work with Wicket? How is this integrated? Thanks !!!

Re: Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread Daan van Etten
Hi Jérôme, Check this: http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/how-to-switch-to-ssl-mode.html Regards, Daan van Etten Op 28 nov 2009, om 19:21 heeft UseTheFork het volgende geschreven: Ok, but HOW is this integrated with Wicket? What needs to be done? How does it work with Wicket? How is this

Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Николай Кучумов
Hello. I'm currently developing a sign up form using Wicket. I've stylized the error feedback panel to make it look red, and now i see this red panel even when there are no messages at all. Can you advice me something to make the feedback panel div invisible when there are no messages? *You can

Re: CompoundPropertyModel

2009-11-28 Thread Николай Кучумов
Today I've finally worked out the cause of the error - that was the NginX caching server which was somehow caching data. It was set up incorrectly. Today I've corrected my NginX configuration files, and everything works now, even with the bookmarks. 2009/11/20 Николай Кучумов kuchum...@gmail.com

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Major Péter
Hi, How does your markup looks like? Peter 2009-11-28 20:26 keltezéssel, Николай Кучумов írta: Hello. I'm currently developing a sign up form using Wicket. I've stylized the error feedback panel to make it look red, and now i see this red panel even when there are no messages at all. Can

Re: How to render panel markup to string - solved

2009-11-28 Thread Martin Makundi
I'm just rendering a panel to a string for other purposes, sending out in an email, attaching recurring markup into javascript variables etc. ** Martin 2009/11/28 Jonathan Locke jonathan.lo...@gmail.com: don't know what you're doing exactly or if i ever tested this one, but this might be of

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Николай Кучумов
Hello, Major. It looks like this: body wicket:extend div wicket:id=feedback class=error /div br/br/br/ form wicket:id=form /form /wicket:extend /body and the CSS is: .error { width:

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Major Péter
well, if you put in the class=error by deafult, of course it will show the div. ;) Delete from your markup the class=error, then see when your validation fails, what css class will be generated via wicket, and override that from your css file. Peter 2009-11-28 20:46 keltezéssel, Николай Кучумов

Re: Communication Layer Security

2009-11-28 Thread UseTheFork
Thanks Daan, that's the hook I was looking for !!! Jérôme Daan (StuQ) wrote: Hi Jérôme, Check this: http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/how-to-switch-to-ssl-mode.html Regards, Daan van Etten -- View this message in context:

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Николай Кучумов
Oh, really. Thank you, Major Obvious : ) The class is feedbackPanel: ul wicket:id=feedbackul class=feedbackPanel I think i'll try to somehow subclass it tomorrow to get it output something like errorFeedbackPanel. 2009/11/28 Major Péter majorpe...@sch.bme.hu well, if you put in the

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Major Péter
You're welcome. :) Why do you want to subclass it? Check out our solution: In your page add: add(new FeedbackPanel(pagemessages)); in html: span wicket:id=pagemessages id=pagemessages/span in css: #pagemessages ul li { list-style: none; background: #D9EBF9

Re: Hide feedback when there are no messages

2009-11-28 Thread Николай Кучумов
Thanks Peter, it works. 2009/11/28 Major Péter majorpe...@sch.bme.hu You're welcome. :) Why do you want to subclass it? Check out our solution: In your page add: add(new FeedbackPanel(pagemessages)); in html: span wicket:id=pagemessages id=pagemessages/span in css: #pagemessages ul

Re: Wicket YUI - Integration (Slider Question)

2009-11-28 Thread Joshua Lim
Hi J.D. the tick marks on the background does not generate automatically unfortunately, because it's a css background image. In order to make it strechable I used a repeating background image for that. you can however, try overriding the Yui*Settings to provide your own background image that